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From Munich to AStA Elections: How Hitler stabilized and won the student vote

A largely resurgent NSDAP led a desperate push back into the University lecture halls and campuses, to greatly varying degrees of success, from 1926 to 1933. 1,852 more words

December 21: Chains

A group of approximately 12 youths have chained themselves together in Plaza Altamira, Caracas, where they’ve been for approximately 22 hours. The students claim that they will remain in place until all of the students still in prison as a result of this year’s protests are released. 158 more words

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Teacher Perspective: Ian Willey

As I was trolling through the internet for some teaching inspiration, I came across a video of an assistant principal dropping a beat with his students about education. 1,274 more words

The Increased Teaching Load for Composition Instructors at Arizona State Provides a Disturbing Glimpse into the Future for Other Faculty

Inside Higher Ed recently ran an article on a 25% increase in the teaching loads for full-time non-tenure-eligible writing faculty at Arizona State University. The article, written by Colleen Flaherty is titled “One course without Pay,” and the full article is available at: … 1,054 more words

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Valuable Android Apps You Might Have Overlooked

Google Play is an awesome marketplace, full of free apps that can really help many different types of people.

For shoppers:

Retail Me Not

Great for any kind of shopping, this website has saved me TONS of money.   743 more words

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How Not To Revise Part One

Coming away from university has meant falling out of the routines I’ve spent the past three months building up. It’s meant lie ins (half past six in the morning!) and it’s meant a lot of sitting around or going out wasting time (and money). 354 more words

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